The Boy and the Giant

Why would a kind giant who helps out a village not want to be seen? "Because people are scared of things that are different. And sometimes, they're not so nice." That's what Billy's grandad tells him when he doesn't believe that the "Giant of Gableview" is real. It is a lesson that all of us … Continue reading The Boy and the Giant

Sprouting Hope over Banned Books

This past week was Banned Book Week. I'm always amazed when I think about the volume of books that get challenged and banned. I can understand if parents think that material in some books might be too old for their child, but other than that, I think having conversations about the material rather than banning … Continue reading Sprouting Hope over Banned Books

The Big Book Adventure – #giveaway and #blogtour

Welcome to Day #4 of the Big Book Adventure Blog Tour! To celebrate the release of The Big Book Adventure by Emily Ford and illustrated by Tim Warnes on September 4th, blogs across the web are featuring exclusive content from Emily and Tim, plus 5 chances to win a copy of The Big Book Adventure and a Canterbury … Continue reading The Big Book Adventure – #giveaway and #blogtour

The Queen Girls are Back!

Last year I had the pleasure of being included in helping launch the Kickstarter campaign for Queen Girls Publications to present Bessie: Queen of the Sky and had a great interview with the team behind the books. So I am thrilled to announce that today they have launched their new Kickstarter campaign to promote their … Continue reading The Queen Girls are Back!

Eraser – a Tale for the Unsung Heroes #giveaway

We all know someone who makes things possible but rarely gets any credit. They aren't the star of the show, but maybe are in the chorus or even stage manager. They don't write the magazine articles, but without them, the articles and pictures would not get published. They run the world, but are behind the … Continue reading Eraser – a Tale for the Unsung Heroes #giveaway

Kindness is a Simple Act

We live in an unfortunate time where there is a lot of anger and hatred. Where there is a fear of being different - fear of mean acts, mean words, deportation, violence, and general cruelty. Raising children in this age is extra challenging. It is harder to shield them from cruelty if they are already … Continue reading Kindness is a Simple Act

Pranking a Prankster

I'm not one for pranks and have never been fond of April Fool's Day, but there are a lot of people who are quite amazing at pulling off pranks. We all know someone who excels at this. I think their minds just work differently. While it isn't always funny to have a prank pulled on … Continue reading Pranking a Prankster